Tunisia is making headlines in the Mediterranean tourism, and it's not just about its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture. This year, the capital city, Tunis, hosted the 63rd Annual Congress of the World Federation of Tourism Writers and Journalists (FIJET) which welcomed nearly 200 members from around the globe.
The Impact on Peace: Minister of Tourism Mohammed Al Moez Belhassine and FIJET World President Tijani Haddad together draw attention to the impact of tourism on peace.
Mahdia opens to world tourism: Tunisia’s hidden gem, the city of Mahdia, a reminiscent of #Mediterranean authentic coastal charm with 25 hotels, a 20,000-bed capacity, and plans to double these numbers, Mahdia is quickly becoming a tourist hotspot, attracting visitors from Germany, Russia, and Poland.
Organized since 1995, the Mahdia Nature Festival is attracting more and more international tourists every year. The festival is held yearly in Mahdia between 25 July and 15 August.